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Game On But Will Your Electeds Compete?

By: Jill Miller Zimon

That photo? It's the Seneca County Courthouse. It's about to be razed. Is it a victim of a failure to collaborate?

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Civility: the ultimate weapon

By: Daryl Rowland

I wish that more of the foreign policy discussions in this country were as civil and purposeful as Toby Jones’ address to the City Club on Friday.

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Goose bumps available

By: Taryn Gress

If your in need for some Rocky-esque inspiration...

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You're invited: The New Perspectives Book Club

By: Dan Moulthrop

After catching up on the news out of Egypt and Syria this weekend, I'm really worried. The optimism of the "Arab Spring"--the democratic elections in Tunisia, the prospect for the same in Egypt--has been supplanted by very real...

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The Wait is Over: Are Conditions Ripe for Successful Government C...

By: Jill Miller Zimon

Pressure or need, and a mandate - those are two variables that John Hoornbeek, Director of The Center For Public Administration and Public Policy at Kent State University, said are present in nearly all successful government...

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